Description: Unable to get system process information from system. Status code returned is data DWORD 0.
Also on the Windows Task Manager, there are no processes showing. In addition to that, there is no information about memory usage under the Performance tab. Some agents were complaining about the system kicked them out in the middle of the call. Others said that Talking state switched to Work state during the call. My Cisco Supervisor Desktop intermittently switched from In Service to No Service and I had to close CSD and fire it up again in order to be able to get access to it.
So I thought I just wanted to restart Node Manager last night to failover to the other CRS engine which appeared to be clean and didn't have the same error message above. Guess what? that nasty error message now appears on the new active node and all the issues I said above reproduce again on the new active CRS. But what really strange is that the error message on the original node is now completely stopped after I restarted the node manager. So it appears to me that the problem goes with the active node only.
No changes occured recently except that I did allow sitescope to monitor those systems. However, even after I disabled sitescope, I'm still showing the issues above.
Has anyone seen this before? I wanted to reload the boxes next to see what happens. Will post the results here when that's done.
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